We identify the federal tax incentives and credits that bring you the maximum tax benefit while helping you comply with your requirements.
Our professionals help manage state and local tax nexus issues, identify opportunities for savings, and streamline your reporting functions.
The full range of solutions we provide help multinational companies minimize their compliance risk along with their worldwide effective tax rate.
We simplify your business and estate planning with a suite of services designed to simplify tax filings and preserve your resources.
Tax laws change, and with it, come adjustments to
strategies and planning. CBIZ* applies out understanding
of local, state, federal, and international requirements to your unique
situation. Our professionals work with you to prepare tax filings, minimize
what you owe, and plan for the future with a full scope of tax consulting and
compliance services. Knowing you and your objectives helps us deliver efficient
and tailored solutions that meet your needs.
From energy incentives to the research and development tax credit, we use our understanding of your operations to help you implement strategies that work to your strategic advantage.
Knowing you helps us tailor a tax strategy to your needs, from outsourced tax return preparation to managing compliance requirements and identifying state and local tax incentives.
Our understanding of your operations and the international tax environment helps you implement a cross-border tax strategy that optimizes your tax position.
Using what we know of your unique circumstances, we help high net worth individuals streamline administrative functions and preserve your resources.
Knowing you and your unique circumstances helps us incorporate tax changes into actionable strategies designed for your success.
The new tax law that is informally referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) included many perks for businesses, but it also established new protocols for the recognition of gross income that may be detrimental.
These are the top five issues to be dealt with in preparing Dec. 31, 2017 financial statements.
Double dipping is not overreaching for businesses with fiscal years beginning in 2017 and ending in 2018.